Full-time (12-month) administrative coaching position available immediately. Oversee and organize all facets of NCAA Division III intercollegiate men’s and women’s swimming programs, including, but not limited to recruitment and retention of quality student-athletes through NCAA approved contact and academic support services; effective in-competition coaching, practice structure, and instruction; meet operations; scheduling; travel supervision; budget control; coordination of all aquatics facility-related maintenance, operation, and programming. Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Dean for Athletics and Recreation.
Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred; three years of coaching experience in college swimming/intercollegiate athletics and administration.
Interested candidates should electronically submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references.
Review of applications will begin immediately. While applications will be accepted until the position is filled, for full consideration, applications should be received by May 25, 2018.
About York College of Pennsylvania
York College is a private, comprehensive college located in south central Pennsylvania; it enrolls 4600 full-time undergraduate students and 265 graduate students. The College has long been recognized as an institution of opportunity, providing private college education at a cost significantly lower than peer institutions; now York is increasingly recognized for the quality of its academic programs as well. With strong career preparation programs in areas such as engineering, nursing, education, accounting and business administration, the College is well-positioned in the marketplace for students. With over $100 million invested in new facilities such as Brockie Commons (2006), the Grumbacher Sport and Fitness Center (2005), the Humanities Center (2007), the Collegiate Performing Arts Center (2008), and the Engineering Innovation Center (2008), the College is creating a physical plant that complements its academic strengths.